Well organized ferry boats daily, weather permitting. We were fortunate to have a relatively calm day. By March many penguins including all the new hatchlings and the juveniles have left but there were lots (thousands) of birds left on the island. Really a fun day especially with kids along. Site is well controlled in that visitors are kept on a single path leading to the lighthouse. Best plan is to hoof it out in front of the crowd who will be held back oohing and ahing at the penguins. This gives you a quieter calmer chance to view the birds. No problem viewing them. Many are close enough to touch - but DON'T.
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